Poster developed from Edvard Munch’s The Scream, 1895, from The Art Institute of Chicago’s collection.

Edvard Munch’s work has been frequently connected to his emotional pain and instability, as his iconic work The Scream suggests. However, when his art is considered in light of his personal diaries and letters and the writings of contemporary critics, a very different picture of the artist emerges. Contrary to the prevailing view, recent scholarship demonstrates that Munch was very much in control of his professional career, a savvy businessman keenly aware of how to manipulate the art market and shape popular opinion. Moreover, he built his art on specifically Norwegian pictorial traditions.

  • Dimensions: 37.75 x 27 in.
  • Material: Premium Cardstock

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